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in the case of a disaster can help us to open the shelters and provide the medical and emergency nurse and mental health service and connect them to the family as cross the country and that we stand as a partner to actually be the army in the response and lastly, we have been much more successful and we are looking to improve on this to respond to a daily incidents and san francisco, county alone, we responded to 80 incidents, over the past nine months. and we have served 1100 individuals, and 255 families, and mostly in single and multiunit fires where we come in and go with the fire department, with our partner and we worked with the family to get them housed and get them income and get them replacement and replacement for the clothes and restabilize and we look forward to building the partnerships and thank you for giving me the opportunity to speak. >> thank you, i guess that we
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can say that you are new for two more months, the first year. the honeymoon period. and welcome to our disaster council. this comes to the point in the program where we are not at a roundtable, but it is the roundtable discussion, so is there or are there any updates, comments, and i know that michael, you have had something and michael? >> greetings everyone, on wednesday, of this coming week we are going to be working with our partners and the san francisco inner faith are going to work with the partners from the emergency management and the american cross bay area chapter and the agencies responding to disaster and human services agency to recover the 5th bi annial workshop for congregations and unlike the other four, which have concentrated on catastrophic these are going to be looking at the role of the faith community in responding to every day disasters in
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particular fires. and we would welcome you and there is, a circular in your package if you would like to register and you are welcome to come it is a half day and free, we are going to be working with the bay share, sharing economy at the direct's discussion. >> any other comments or announcements? >> yes? brian? >> and this will be very quick, my name is brian and i am the executive director of sf card if you can't attend the conference we will be having a twitter feed, so, if you are big on social media, and hash tag it is sfic dpw 2014. and so, you know, follow along and a 10:20 is when our neighborhood table top discussion and that is where a
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lot of the action is going to take place. >> cool. >> any other announcements? is there any public comment? >> thank you, all for coming. and this meeting is adjourned.d. >> okay. good afternoon. >> good afternoon. . >> good afternoon. >> good afternoon. >> good afternoon. >> good afternoon.
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oh, i like what an active crowd superintendent do you want to come up and join us, please. thank you. good morning. i'm hyde draw mendosa the advisors and an elected member to on the brvks this one off my favorite fester we get to thank the amazing teachers and principles. can we start by acknowledging our folks (clapping) i whether those want to start by acknowledging some of our electives i've happy to have our electives to sale hello to our honor the passenger seat of the
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board of education a my other colleagues imperative joe winning and (clapping) commissioner emily will be joining us and from the board of supervisors we have our wonderful supervisor wiener from districts 8 and eric mar from district one and the others will be joining us as we roll along. i also want to acknowledge susan solomon in the educators association additional natalie from be molecule school and this event privileges many amazing donors a so as you look around each table is filed with stuff
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the one table is per honorary necessity not a table with everyone's stuff each honorary is getting getting gives gi i was i want to rattle off about your sponsors you guys up front gets to go really arrest alcatraz and california academy of sciences my the "x" platform and the gap warriors and health and school board and international art museum of america and microsoft and peer 24 and san francisco 49ers and sincerely monday nights mall and starbuck's thank you all for abstracting to our really cool pact.
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i want to thank the department of the children youths for putting on the events and san francisco educational fund for our wards and captioned every year and our united educators and administers i want to thank the blue ribbon panel they've narrowed down our 3 hundred nomination to 5 it's a huge task i want to thank you from the mayor's office that's tremendous responsibility and they divorced and angie and from the school district and our did not schools and stefan and we added a youth this year so restraining order anyone gomez from our youth dimension so thank you (clapping) and i couldn't have done this
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without the tremendous help and support of florence i hope you'll all had a skfgs with neutrons thank you and every year she ranched it up theirselves this year we'll have $30,000 and let me tell you how this works everyone goes and we start the nomination process so the nomination come from parent and students and community members they tell us been pa wonderful way to get people involved we go through a rigorous vesting process including the numbers years and having an "x" last year evaluation so we run 0 through the mill and send them to the
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unit u union and see about red flags and bring them through our blue ribbon panel and talk to the students and teachers sometimes classroom visits how close things are and take them to the mayor and is okay. here's your 20 choices bic 2 and he gets an opportunity to look at our amazing counterparts educators so we chris choose 5 maiming teachers from pre k to middle and one high and the same for the principles. that's kind of how the process works this year 3 hundred nomination for our teachers which made it extremely difficult and over 60 nominatess for you're a principles. and who helps me make all this
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happen is our amazing leader in san francisco so at this time i want to chat a mom how the mayor connects the dots it's not just about tang teachers or principles but we is a city to partner with the school district to do the work so i wanted to quickly reflect around preschool and our college and baby accounts our pre k and our middle school grades initiative this e which already raised $8 million for our mimdz and the technology devices into the hands of the students. he was with the prnltz and will be with the middle east grade teachers to thank for the initiative he does thirty to:30
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individual scholarships for our high school students and college students to make the e funds possible and our bridge to success doubling the number of protecting students to go to city college we're excited about the looirp there is no doubling doubt he's serious about the public leadership please join me in welcoming mayor ed lee (clapping.) thank you hydra isn't that a wonderful logo that's a beautiful logo i'm excited to be here to join you. let me say there's united educators and united administer i represent the ientdz mayors
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for education i want to start that conversation. it's a delight to be here and hydra said it's touch to pick out of this but we're glod glad and happy to do that i think every year we look forward to this opportunity that's the unique times why instead of talking about the challenges that we have we should be celebrating the advances we're making in education and i want to say this this pick is part of an overall appreciation for the best sdmuths the the country san francisco (clapping) and we're going to keep doing what i initiated with initial talks with hydra and last night with the members of the school
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board and certainly our superintendant we're going to love you to perfection i think that's the way to do it rather than point the finger at what we can't do we can actually builds on the things we're doing here why not we're in the innovation part of the world all i have to do is sit down and explain the passion of our kids it's reflected in everything we do you know the children's fund this november we're renewing public education richmond fund on top of things that hydra listed we have 80 a list to get done but 7 thousand jobs to be gotten for the kids this summer that's the with regard they get for preparing themselves in the classroom or whatever economic
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challenges they have in their families we as part of the education system sea part of the great society of san francisco are going looking for ways to support our kids safely and successfully this is the promise of san francisco this is with you do not why we came to work for the city i'm sure each the supervisors like supervisor wiener we talk about the quality of life we all look at the people that came to the city and they want the best education that we can possible have to have is a chance because that's longer than a competition been us and ooshgd or san jose but the whole world how to use our innovation center to produce the best educated kids and exam patient as well as arts and science and technology.
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we need to have even better citizens mediate e lead our way and perhaps take my jobs and the supervisors jobs with we've got a holistic approach this is really what's behind the recognition you're wonderful teachers and principles and we get to talk about the innovation both in the classrooms around the parents and investment of the school district but your chosen because your accelerate in the areas that you're working in we want to recognize that >> build it that's why year after year we've got entities that want to recognize and embrace that so later on after this thirty plus thousand commitment we're going to increase it year after year because more and more people are
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hearing the fabulous stories of what the experience is in our public education and how better it will get for everyone and how we'll reach across all the kids and really claim the title we deserve the best city in the world. i want to say thank you to the teachers and you're wonderful exhibition of talent and to the principles thank you for creating campuses and environments that work with the society and community business and nonprofits, government, we all have to have that working together in order to produce i think the tolerant we need out of our schools and to the parent and families keep pushing us are this is where we need accident parental family engagement in the school districts to keep paying attention to the kids to
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our education. this is why we came to occupy those positions so we can get pushed by communities that time more and best not better best out of us congratulations to the supervisor and partners in the board and elected officials but especially today to the teachers and he principles thank you for your wonderful work. as much on the tables i hope that you will see reflected in this but very deep appreciation we have for the people working in our education system. thank you very much (clapping.) thank you mr. mayor >> i wanted to invite sandy fewer and the superintendant
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back in the school district and commissioner winning. >> thank you. i attended this celebration a couple of years ago it has really grown but there were 3 guests you could choose one now i have a table i'm so glad this has caught on laura. i want to start off saying as the president of the brvks i'm honored to be here today in the presence of those exceptional kaertsz and educational leader thank you foyer being a part of the sf family and on behalf of the brvks thank you for the work everyday and the leaders they've chosen teaching and i'd like to thank the mayor for recognizing
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our teachers and educators because those people are so often not recognized enough for the significant and pronounced job they do everyday it's a fourth generation go san franciscan my families have been educators to the public schools i'm grateful for all the work you've denouncing done and to build future generations for san franciscans and i'll be able to help you guys. we go everywhere and talk about the san francisco school district those are the fabulous individuals that work hard everyday to serve our citizens and there they could be he will smoifrlg making more money but they change the individual's lifes of our is the students is
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immeasurable thank you and mayor for this recognition and again too often not recognized enough. thank you. (clapping.) >> i'll take a second to thank the mayor and everyone 0 who is here particularly the teachers and principles our goal and job is to honor them as much as we can everyday that's the purpose and i want to see we need to understand how expired to say to have the partnership between the city and district that's not unique i'll hope you with the mayors office they have a lot of to learn we treasure this as we treasure our community to make it possible to have the school district and the students we
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have so thank you all for being here and help us honor those people that deserve this honor (clapping.) so congratulations to our wonderful teachers and wonderful site administers thank you all for being here i want to agree with president for your we could fill the room with gifts and it's not enough to thank you pursue i'm reminded of two stories and their true. one is the story of a parent i met at a community engagement function who talked about passionately having lost their job as a single parent and sole provider he told me passionately about the wonderful work that
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his child's teacher had done in helping him to take care of his baby. how the teacher went above and beyond how the teacher checked on them and how the teacher when we first lost his wife cooked and sent home with the child dinners in case they wouldn't go hungry that's itself kind of teachers we have so that's why we say we could fill the room with gifts and not thank you enough you're going to create the future san francisco that is filled with abnormalities and business and future teachers that are going to be able to pay it forward. i'm reminded of a parent that talked about the fact they've have been displaced not because of eviction but a fire and the
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principle right when the fire engines were leaving in the middle of the night the principle showed up to the home and show you found out through the word of mouth the family lost their home and shupd and loaded everyone in his vehicle and took them to his home. so you're an example of the principles in the district i know if i asked you, you would say thank you but i'm representing many colleagues, we know that but i'm going to ask a favor just take it in (laughter) this is about all of you today, i join president for your and commissioner winning and mr. mayor in a city where the mayor didn't have the control of the
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schools that's not a force marriage but thank you for fighting the fight to make sure that san francisco is a city to work and leave our children a heritage so congratulations and thank you for being here (clapping.) thank you >> so before we honor our teachers i wanted to tell you about you're good i didn't bags the mayor worked hard on those. every year we had a monetary award to each of you for one thousand dollars we had some wonderful help from the english mall and our good friend frank who added on a little bit ever change to the teachers so your award was an nice clean one thousand. we have an amazing made in san
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francisco we have this really great grouping of folks that make thing in san francisco we couldn't have been more existed about a project that one of our friends took on he made each of you an amazing message bag that has our logo on it >> (clapping) >> so this is new to the awards i'm putting pressure on mark to do this every year he generally donated and it's the mayor's award we have an incredible competitor in the room so similar when we had all of those gifts out california academy of
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sciences said like wow. we could step up more and you want want to make sure every one of you on your deck has something that says cal academy so you'll have a big bag and elizabeth and amy and others thank you you win the prices for competitiveness we have a partner that comes through microsoft we raffled off one lap and one year we got laptop for our principles but this year microsoft came through and each you will be getting a brand new laptop (clapping.) i won't tell you all the other
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jump i didn't see bus it's loots i'm glad you brought your family we have a beautiful tiffany i like getting tiffany bags there but this is a tiffany apple with your names on it you'll be taking that home as well. now the fun part the mayor likes to do is the mystery envelopes those are the mystery envelopes that contain an item valued up to $350 so it could be a nice stay somewhere or a yacht crews or an evening on beach bipartisanship or an evening at the tiffany so as you come up and receive our with regard we'd like you to pick our own
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envelope you get to choose your own prize but don't know what it is so you'll get that. at this time i want to call up our award winners actually our electives to join me one by one a chance to congratulate our with regard he's and take a quick picture. so our first award yes richard. mr. mayor our okay our first award recipient is ms. miller she's from the elementary school and merry religious is a northern california naturalist deeply committed to sharing her
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love for learning for her students merry religious congratulations (clapping) our next award recipient is judy from marshall elementary first grade (clapping) judy is an educator for 26 years and worked for the united since 499 she's developed the marshall program in conjunction with the library check club and in 2005 she was a national board certified teacher. judy congratulations (clapping) our next award recipient i want to telling me tell a quick story
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about kelly (clapping) and when mayor ed lee came to her classroom he won't on behalf of balanced ever again because kelly clark gave him that look (clapping) so kelly (clapping) by introducing to be a full-time teacher she's facilitated the educators at the african services and rode her bike from san francisco to washington, d.c. and talked about the importance of public education. congratulations kelly (clapping) our next award